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PBS
Nov 12, 2010 6:00pm PST
and around the globe. coming up later. it is harvest time at this olive grove but how much fruit can be picked this year. how clearing out a london home produced this $70 million chinese vase. ♪ hello to you thousands of supporters of burma's main opposition leader. ching has been gathering outside her home. she's been under house arrest for almost 20 years. what brought people there now is the possibility that the burma rulers may release her. so for security reasons we're not naming our correspondent there. >> rumor fed on rumor all day and ching's followers gran to gather outside the opposition headquarters. they expected the leader to be released over the weekend but heard from somewhere she might be freed tonight. they made her -- their way to her home where she been under house arrest for much of the last two decades. no official announcement came and a senior party member told the crowd to go home and come back in the morning. no one know what is she'll do when she's free. she refused to back down on her demands for democracy. elections a week ago wonners lili by the ruling
PBS
Nov 12, 2010 5:30pm PST
for you, it is harvest time in this palestinian olive grove. but how much fruit can be picked this year? and how clearing out in london suburban home produce this $17 million chinese vase. ♪ >> hello to you. thousands of supporters of burma's main opposition leader aung san suu kyi have been gathering at her home in rangoon. the nobel peace prize winner has been under house arrest for most of the past 20 years. what brought so many people there now is the possibility that burma's leaders are about to release her. for security reasons, i am not given the name of our correspondent there. >> aung san suu kyi followers began to gather outside of headquarters. they expected that she might be freed over the weekend, but heard from somewhere that she might be freed friday. she has been under house arrest in her home in rangoon for must -- much of the past two decades. with no official announcement made, the senior party member told the crowd to go home and come back in the month -- in the morning. no one knows what aung san suu kyi will do when she is free. she has refused to back down on he
PBS
Nov 12, 2010 2:33pm PST
bank, palestinian farmers are gathering for the olive harvest. for many, this is the main source of income, especially for those prevented from working in israel. the palestinians claim their groves are being attacked by jewish settlers. they say they want to drive them off their land and climate for themselves. -- claim it for themselves. >> this should be the best time of year for these west bank farmers. the days are cooling off and the olives are ripe. this from ken french -- can fetch an excellent price. -- this fruit can fetch an excellent price. when they arrive in their gross to start picking, this is what many farmers found. dozens of branches deliberately broken off. no one saw who did this, but suspicion immediately falls on the nearby jewish settlers. >> when these palestinian farmers arrived here this morning, they found out that not only many of their trees had been damaged, but they also found a stable to almost every single olive tree, this. it is a page from the koran and it is a passage that talks of the israelites escaping from egypt and coming from -- coming t
KBCW
Nov 13, 2010 10:00pm PST
fund raiser, food froen grown on campus. olives harvested to grow olive oil. the olive trees are more than 75 years old and yielded more than a ton of olives. it will go toward the school's athlet ic programs. >>> our own don ford tried his luck in south san francisco. >> winner winner ticket dinner. >> yep, it seems that some folks in south san francisco not because they got to jump around in a snow globe. it was filled with california lottery tickets too. >> at $20 a pop, the idea is to grab as many coupons as you can in 20 seconds. no stuffing them in pockets or down the shirt and down the mouth. they could exchange for $20,000. didn't happen here. >> we had a couple of ladies that won $10 to $15. we'll find out later. >> top prize is $25,000. >> the lure of quick money, perhaps 10s of thousands of. knowing full well the odds are slim. it wasn't unusual to see folks plum down hundreds of dollars of wils. >> it's a lot of money in this tough economy but they must have the money or they think they'll break the bank in the machine. >> most people thought they were having a lot of fun,
PBS
Nov 6, 2010 6:30pm PDT
market to a c the center of the island is a verdant expanse of fruit and olive trees. olives are the main agricultural product here. according to legend, the goddess athena created the olive. the gods of olympus proclaimed that the city of athens would be named for the god who could invent the most valuable legacy for mortals. athena's olive, a symbol of peace and prosperity, beat out poseidon's offering of a horse, that symbolized the more war-like skills of strength and fortitude. as you travel the main road, you'll catch occasional glimpses of old venetian towers. these are remnants from the middle ages, when the powerful venetians established a foothold in greece, and went on to become the wealthiest traders in the mediterranean. the venetians ruled here for more than 3 centuries before being overthrown by the ottomans. the road winds to apiranthos, perhaps the most picturesque village on the island. the poet lord byron was so infatuated with this town that he once declared he wanted to die here. byron didn't quite get his wish, though he did die on the greek mainland. the name "apira
CBS
Nov 13, 2010 6:30pm PST
olive oil harvested from trees on campus. atherton sacred heart school offers sustainable agriculture classes where the students sustain and grow their own crops and the olive trees are 75 years old and yielded a ton of olives and the students and parents and community volunteers harvested the ol ives with 100-liters of olive oil and the oil will be auctioned to benefit the athletic program. >>> a gorgeous day in the bay area. maybe not for long. what is going on, lawrence? >> there is rain in the forecast. but today, lots of sunshine. some warm weather. the winds are kick up around the bay area just a bit. especially over the mountain tops. you will have to watch out for that the next couple of days. down below, a beautiful evening on tap if you're headed out the door. beautiful clear skies. offshore winds, keeping the skies nice and clear and for the next several days, spectacular weather outside. and still, there is a wind advisory in effect over the east and north bay hills, expecting strong gusty winds, sustained 20-40 and mibe gusting as high as -- maybe gusting as high as 50-pl
NBC
Nov 3, 2010 9:00am EDT
. i knew they'd love him. introducing olive garden's two new sacchetti dishes. stuffed pasta pouches filled with four italian cheeses. with herb marinated chicken breasts in a garlic cream sauce. or with savory sauteed shrimp. both served with our unlimited salad and breadsticks. it was a great time. and good practice for my parents. olive garden. when you're here, you're family. ♪ yes! ♪ look, they fit! oh my gosh, are those the jeans from last year? how'd you do it? eating right...whole grain. [ female announcer ] people who eat more whole grain tend to have healthier body weights. multigrain cheerios has five whole grains and 110 lightly sweetened calories. more grains. less you! multigrain cheerios. >> live, local, latebreaking. this is a wbal-tv 11 news update. >> good morning. we are off to a quiet start on this wednesday. there is little bit of frost, but we should make it into the 50s. between 51 and 56. thickening clouds. no precipitation. rain in the forecast people are saying a lot of good things about fios. it's the future, it's the best technology out there... but yo
NBC
Nov 4, 2010 9:00am EDT
shrimp. at olive garden. holiday road >>> this morning on "today's travel," saving money on holiday airfare. everything from food to pillows to leg room is being charged for. what's worth your extra bucks? kate maxwell is here from conde naste. good to see you. >> good to see you. >> these won't go away. >> i don't think so. but flight prices haven't changed much and the fees are optional. pick and choose what you want to pay for. >> let's get started. checked baggage can cost $15 and up depending how many people are traveling with you. that's the cost of the ticket almost. >> practically. >> who are the pros and cons. >> there are airlines that don't charge. southwest you can have two for free. the pros, you have a bag and may have too much stuff to pack into a carry-on. but there are a lot of cons. professional travelers never check a bag. the reason, last year 25 million bags were lost by airlines globally. can you imagine george clooney in "up in the air" checking a bag? turn into george clooney and try to take a carry-on. >> you say it's north worth it. only if necessary. >> ch
SFGTV2
Nov 1, 2010 8:30am PDT
and the butternut squash with rosemary, olive oil, salt and pepper, and toss it very well. just give it a nice tossy toss to evenly distribute the herbs and the olive oil. and we're going to put it in a 350 degree oven. and roast it for approximately 15 minutes. so take the roted squash and onion and add them to a bowl. and then from there, we take dried cranberries, couple tablespoons. probably 2 heaping great. actually, you know, one more for me. and then this is a pomegranate vinaigrette. it's simply pomegranate, syrup and sherry vinegar and a little oil. and we're just going to very lightly coat the squash, just to sweeten it up a little more and give it a little more character. and then that gets tossed really well. ok, so here you go. you have a beautiful, simple salad, very easy to prepare. it's beautiful and simple and colorful and very reflective of the season. >> brought to you by allied insurance, a member of the nationwide family of companies, which also includes nationwide insurance. on your side. >> welcome back to "california country". >> sure we recognize the name "gallo" as being sy
ABC
Nov 16, 2010 5:30am EST
, maryland" is coming back after this. [ male announcer ] little oliver had a fog horn nose. it shattered his tissue with hurricane blows. no person or place was safe from the spray. but his mom had new puffs ultra soft & strong to save the day. with lotion-free pillows to cushion the force. puffs holds up better than value tissue of course. next time oliver blew his horn, he reached for puffs ultra soft & strong. a nose in need deserves new puffs ultra soft & strong indeed. when you prefer a lotion tissue, try puffs plus lotion. >>> we are five minutes away from six. look at stories make headlines around the nation this morning. uproar over don't ask, don't tell is is to the gates of the white house. >> a dozen gay rights activists protested by handcuffing themself to the gate of the white house with plastic ties. >> i deserve into full equality. >> full equality. >> right. >> the group was led by former army lieutenant dan chowi a well-known opponent of the ban of gay and lesbians serving openly. the police cut through the handcuffs and arrested the group. >>> we hear about traffic jams dur
ABC
Nov 16, 2010 6:00pm EST
storm umbrella. give us your name. [ male announcer ] little oliver had a fog horn nose. it shattered his tissue with hurricane blows. no person or place was safe from the spray. but his mom had new puffs ultra soft & strong to save the day. with lotion-free pillows to cushion the force. puffs holds up better than value tissue of course. next time oliver blew his horn, he reached for puffs ultra soft & strong. a nose in need deserves new puffs ultra soft & strong indeed. when you prefer a lotion tissue, try puffs plus lotion. >>> according to the national retail federation people in baltimore are shopping a lot more this season. the retail industry felt a strong improvement in sales in october and analysts credit competitive layaway plans that make purchases more of a reality for families. >>> you know megabuff as the inexpensive alternative to get to philadelphia and new york and adding a few more cities to its route. next month the low-priced bus carrier will offer services to boston, buffalo and toronto. starting december 15th, buses will make two trips each way to buffalo and then
ABC
Nov 18, 2010 5:30am EST
up, find out what today means for the community. [ male announcer ] little oliver had a fog horn nose. it shattered his tissue with hurricane blows. no person or place was safe from the spray. but his mom had new puffs ultra soft & strong to save the day. with lotion-free pillows to cushion the force. puffs holds up better than value tissue of course. next time oliver blew his horn, he reached for puffs ultra soft & strong. a nose in need deserves new puffs ultra soft & strong indeed. when you prefer a lotion tissue, try puffs plus lotion. mmmmmm. ( shattering, thud ) mmmmmm. ( crash, shattering ) it's good! ( shattering ) when you add velveeta and rotel tomatoes... and green chilis to chicken and pasta, it's so good... - mmmmmm. - it'll blow 'em away. ( crashing ) man, that's good. man, that's good. velveeta and rotel. man, that's good. >>> you are wake up to get ready and get your day started. but for some, they are waking up in a strange building on a qat after storms yesterday caused dozens of people to evacuate from their apartment building. sherrie johnson is live at a temporar
ABC
Nov 22, 2010 5:30pm EST
administration is getting us ready in case. those stories and more coming up. [ male announcer ] little oliver had a fog horn nose. it shattered his tissue with hurricane blows. no person or place was safe from the spray. but his mom had new puffs ultra soft & strong to save the day. with lotion-free pillows to cushion the force. puffs holds up better than value tissue of course. next time oliver blew his horn, he reached for puffs ultra soft & strong. a nose in need deserves new puffs ultra soft & strong indeed. when you prefer a lotion tissue, try puffs plus lotion. >>> this may be the largest statue of jesus in the world. it was officially blessed yesterday in a town in western poland. the the statue and base reach a height of 372 feet, higher than the christ the redeemer statue in rio de janeiro which is 125 feet high. >>> get ready for the highway headache this holiday. construction is expected to be a mess of i-95. we're going to tell you how to avoid that, plus wyett's full forecast on abc2 news at 6:00 which starts right now. >>> all over the country tonight, from your front door to t
WNUV
Nov 11, 2010 12:30am EST
will get into the 50s tomorrow. tomorrow. hard pressed to get into the [ male announcer ] little oliver had a fog horn nose. it shattered his tissue with hurricane blows. no person or place was safe from the spray. but his mom had new puffs ultra soft & strong to save the day. with lotion-free pillows to cushion the force. puffs holds up better than value tissue of course. next time oliver blew his horn, he reached for puffs ultra soft & strong. a nose in need deserves new puffs ultra soft & strong indeed. when you prefer a lotion tissue, try puffs plus lotion. >> final look at the seven-day forecast. for tomorrow. we will see temperatures around 59 degrees for veteran's day. sunshine. we warm up to 61 on friday. with more sunshine. saturday, pretty nice. 64. mostly sunny skies. partly sunny sunday. rain returns potentially tuesday and wednesday. but it looks like we will see nice days for the next few ones out there. back to you. >> that does to for the "late edition." thank you for joining us tonight. i am jeff barnd. >> i am jennifer gilbert. tune in for morning news bright and early at
CBS
Nov 23, 2010 12:00pm EST
, jalapenos. do you have oil in there? >> olive oil in the bottom of the pan. when you put your olive oil in, you don't want it to be smoking because it will burn. then what you want to do is you don't have the time to sautee for 10, 15 minutes until it's golden brown. this is really an easy dish to prepare. >> what is that? >> chicken stock. >> you can get that in the can. >> you can. you do want to have a reduced sodium because the more it reduces down, the stronger the taste gets to it. i will add sea salt to it. >> all right and? >> chili and cumin. >> mrs. dash and adobo. >> what is that? >> adobo, the spanish seasoning with garlic, salt, pepper and cumin in it. >> oh, okay. >> and then i'm adding cilantro paste. if you cannot find this, you can add salsa verde. >> somewhat? >> green sauce. >> all right. break it down for me. >> all right. this is roasted garlic. smell that. >> that smell goods. >> we have 30 secondsp. >> we'll add chili beans. >> the recipe will be on our web site, wusa9.com. this is something. you have everything all cut up with the leftover turkey and corn. >> and th
NBC
Nov 30, 2010 9:00am EST
to admit that we bought the store brands. >> we have the kirkland olive oil which happens to be fabulous. 700% of the people who try the store brand become loyalists, they tell other people to buy it and they actually think that often the same people are making the store brands that are making the ones with the regular labels. >> you mentioned loyalty cards. do they really make a big difference? >> they make a very big difference in a couple of ways. first now you can load coup upoupon coupons on to your loyalty cards. and also when you give your loyalty card provider your name and your address, they then turn and they send you coupons for the things they know that you buy because they have all of that information. if you have noticed, the last couple of times you have been in the grocery store, they have said to you, oh, you have saved $15. >> i want to get to all of these tips. shop your pantry? >> if you've got a pantry full of stuff, don't go to the store and load up on everything without making a list like your grandmother did. only buy what you need. >>ism pulse buying. >> we buy 2
ABC
Nov 5, 2010 12:05am PDT
guess i did okay. i knew they'd love him. introducing olive garden's two new sacchetti dishes. stuffed pasta pouches filled with four italian cheeses. with herb marinated chicken breasts in a garlic cream sauce. or with savory sauteed shrimp. both served with our unlimited salad and breadsticks. it was a great time. and good practice for my parents. olive garden. when you're here, you're family. michelle: yup that's right! everything you see here is 50% off! carol: i'll take this one. wesley: whoa. just the outerwear carol. anncr: all outerwear, 50% off this week at old navy! >> dicky: from hollywood, it's "jimmy kimmel live!" tonight -- from "grey's anatomy," ellen pompeo. world record attempt from archer randy oitker. and music from paul weller. with cleto and the cletones. ♪ it's "jimmy kimmel live" >> dicky: and now, take my word for it. here's jimmy kimmel! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that's very nice. hi there, i'm jimmy. don't be alarmed. i'm the host of the show. thanks for coming. thank you for watching. i hope i have your attention tonight because i feel motivated. i'
ABC
Nov 9, 2010 12:05am EST
knew they'd love him. introducing olive garden's two new sacchetti dishes. stuffed pasta pouches filled with four italian cheeses. with herb marinated chicken breasts in a garlic cream sauce. or with savory sauteed shrimp. both served with our unlimited salad and breadsticks. it was a great time. and good practice for my parents. olive garden. when you're here, you're family. >> jimmy: hi there. welcome back. with us tonight, one of my favorites, one of america's favorites. he has a new album of cover songs out now. it's called "dreams." the great neil diamond from the bud light stage. neil brought a sword with him tonight. i'm not sure exactly what he's planned to do with it, but i always get a little nervous when the guests bring swords. [ laughter ] tomorrow night, from "private practice," kate walsh, along with the latest castoff from "dancing with the stars." still to come, danica patrick, music from blake shelton, and edward sharp and the magnetic zeros. join us all this week. our first guest is the number one podcaster in, i think the world, unless the chinese are up to something
CBS
Nov 13, 2010 11:00pm PST
. they are harvesting olives on the grounds to make and sell olive oil, part of a sustainablabling a class. the oil will go toward the program. >>> a nice weekend we have had here. >> yeah, lots of sunshine, looks like it is going to need to continue. warm up over the next few days. win dein spots, especially over the mountaintops but we're looking pretty good as we'll see lots of sunshine all the way to the closed coastline. let's take you out there, clear skies over the bias we've got offshore winds blowing around the bay area, keeping your skies nice and clear, should pretty much be that way all night long tonight. gusting winds over the mountaintops. a wind advisory in the north and east bay hills. featuring winds 40 miles per hour gusting, maybe over 50 miles per hour in some spots, over the top of the peak so it's going to be blustery right into monday. down below not 10 bad. in the meantime though that ridge of high pressure building in pretty strongly, you get the sens of the clouds rolling over the top of the ridge and down in towards california but dissipating, that ridge too strong. that
MSNBC
Nov 30, 2010 6:00pm EST
to make so nice with the republican party and the party of no. i want to snap some of those to olive branches tonight and i think some folks will follow me. you won't believe the stuff that the president was saying after his bipartisan meeting today. my commentary on that. plus reaction from congressman chris van hollen and senator john tester here in just a moment. >>> republican congressman smoky joe barton, well, he wants to re-enact world war ii. he says he will play patton, the tan man's going to be eisenhower. so, i asked what does that make president obama? mike papantonio will be here to sound off on that tonight. >>> with and the clock is ticking, just under six hours from now, 800,000 jobless americans will be left out on their own with no help. someone needs to tell i think the greedy republicans that this is the season for giving. congressman jim mcdermott, he has been a champion on this issue, i will ask him if there is anything the congress can do before the clock strikes 12. >>> this is the story that has me fired up tonight. president obama, he just won't draw a line
FOX News
Nov 17, 2010 3:00am EST
about it. i would like to see a more sensible policy where every young olive-skinked male is pulled out of line and water boarded, and if he admits to being a terrorist we put a drone up his nose. >> interesting, but it is not problematic. summertime is no fly zone time for me. >> i am considered olive-skinked, like ireland i am considered olive-skinked. people often say all of the stuff that is going on at security is all for show and no effectiveness. if you buy that, do you think this stuff is worth it saving lives? >> well, i want to know what about people like me who want to get groped while we get scaned. we would like to pair it up and post-it on youtube. it is busy work, and i have no problem with people saying oh, you want to be difficult. well if it really made a difference people would agree. but instead there are tsa employees shaking babies around and doing this nonsense with these board looks on their faces. >> you want them to enjoy it, is what you are saying. >> well, if you are going to shake a baby, put your heart into it. standing on one leg would be just as useless.
NBC
Nov 29, 2010 9:00am EST
. like the other night at olive garden. hey susan, you gotta tell the aunt jessie story again. -yes, you do! -ok, ok. joe: love that story. try olive garden's two new scaloppini dishes. pan-seared chicken breasts in a lemon-herb glaze. or sauteed pork in a creamy white wine sauce. both served with asiago filled tortelloni. with our unlimited salad and breadsticks. this is like being back at the kids' table. [ laughter ] olive garden. when you're here, you're family. dear corolla, it must be hard. you never considered making turn-by-turn navigation standard. if you want to talk about it.. call me when you get there. that is if you find there, since you don't have turn-by-turn navigation standard. the all-new chevrolet cruze. starting under $17,000. get used to more. very well qualified lessees can get a low mileage lease on a 2011 chevrolet cruze ls for around $159 a month. call for details. >>> "today's" hollywood this morning, the death of leslie nielsen. >> nielsen's career spanned six decades. he's the man who made us laugh out loud on the tv series. he was responsible for one of the
ABC
Nov 1, 2010 3:05am EDT
a busy interstate in philadelphia, causing several accidents. meg oliver has the details. >> reporter: it was an unbelievable sight. she was driving down i-59 when across the median he saw a car going the wrong way. >> is she really doing what i think she's doing? because it didn't make sense to me. >> reporter: as he drove closer, fleming shot this cell phone video, honking his horn, trying to get the driver's attention. >> she wouldn't stop. i yelled at her again. she waved her arm at me like leave me alone. >> reporter: she was going about 45 to 50 miles aen hour. cars zipped past, barely missing the woman but causing four accidents, including a truck that smashed into a bridge overpass. remarkably, there were no serious injuries. police finally located the 84-year-old driver from wilmington, delaware. they tell abc news that her daughter recognized the car on the news and when she questioned her mother about it, she said she had no idea she was going the wrong way and that she noticed some accidents on the road. her family took her keys and vehicle and are monitoring her closely.
NBC
Nov 6, 2010 12:35am EDT
to ask any? >> paper or plastic? [ laughter ] >> paper. >> jimmy: paper -- very nice. >> olive or a twist? >> olive. >> jimmy: olive or twist. [ light laughter ] >> snuggy or teddy? >> jimmy: wow, sit down, elvis. [ laughter ] >> you put that one in. >> jimmy: i'm sorry. >> i plead the fifth. >> jimmy: which one? >> i plead the fifth. >> jimmy: plead the fifth. nude. [ laughter ] and plans for the weekend? >> i'm here. i'm in the city. >> jimmy: all right, very good. new york city, "late night." [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ on a purple afternoon upper saddle river i was feeling kind of husky ♪ [ laughter ] ♪ oh, amanda [ cheers and applause ] ♪ you're always in my dreams you gave me these words to ♪ ♪ sing and write down on a piece of paper i'll be your long afternoon oh, amanda ♪ [ cheers and applause ] ♪ upper saddle river on a purple afternoon where the view is always new york city ♪ ♪ >> jimmy: very nice. [ cheers and applause ] "purple afternoon," your song by elvis costello. "purple afternoon," elvis costello, everybody. amanda! later in the show, elvis will per
FOX News
Nov 5, 2010 9:00pm EDT
we have colonel oliver north, music legend smokey robinson still to come. up next, the great, great american panel. ♪ ♪ aren't you sick of these airline credit cards that advertise flights for 25,000 miles? but when you call... let me check. oh fud, nothing without a big miles upcharge. it's either pay their miles upcharges or connect through mooseneck! [ freezing ] i can't feel my feet. we switched to the venture card from capital one -- so no more games. let's go see those grandkids. [ male announcer ] don't pay miles upcharges. don't play games. get the flight you want with the venture card at capitalone.com. [ lovinit ] help! what's in your llet? [ monkey screeches ] ♪ [ male announcer ] a bath becomes even more pleasurable when you know that your water is being heated in an environmentally conscious way, while saving you hundreds of dollars on your water heating energy bill. introducing the geospring water heater from ge with advanced hybrid technology. heating the water in your home any other way is just going to seeprimitive. ♪ a body at rest tends to stay at rest...
MSNBC
Nov 29, 2010 6:00pm EST
to be fiscally responsible. the unemployed don't have any time for olive branches or political posturing on the issue of survival. congress needs to cut through the garbage, pass the extension, and end the suffering. and come up with a long-term plan for people who have been out of the economy for a long time. and moving it forward. because the financial forecast, the fiscal forecast for this country is unemployment's going to be around 10% through the next election. how curious are you about that time frame? get your cell phones out. i want to know what you think on this issue tonight, folks. tonight's text survey question is, do you have faith that congress will have the heart to extend unemploymentbenefits? text "a" for yes. text "b" for no. we'll bring you the results later on in the show. north dakota chairman byron dorgan. senator, good to have you with us tonight. >> ed, good to be with you. >> did the president do the right thing in freezing federal pay raise says for two years? and what message does this send, and my other question -- an my other question dealing with this, why
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